UPDATE Sunday 3.24pm: The Bureau of Meteorology has issued another frost warning.
The Bureau warns of frosts with temperatures down to -2 degrees in parts of the Northern Country and North Central forecast districts on Monday morning.
Forecast minimums for Monday are 3 degrees in Bendigo, 2 degrees in Echuca, Maryborough, Castlemaine and Kyneton, and 1 degree in Redesdale.
But the Bureau says temperatures at ground level can be colder than those recorded by weather stations, especially when conditions are calm and clear.
UPDATE Saturday 3.34pm: The Bureau of Meteorology has now issued a frost warning, with temperatures expected to plummet overnight.
Temperatures down to -2 degrees are forecast in parts of the Northern Country, North Central and Central forecast districts, as well as other parts of the state.
Bendigo’s forecast low for Sunday is 1 degree, the same as Echuca and Maryborough.
Meanwhile, Redesdale’s minimum is forecast to be -1 degree, and Castlemaine and Kyneton’s 0.
The Bureau warns that temperatures at ground level can be many degrees cooler than those recorded by standard weather stations, especially in clear, calm conditions.
Saturday 2.24pm: Gusts of up to 100 km/h are possible across central Victoria on Saturday afternoon, prompting the Bureau of Meteorology to issue a severe weather warning.
The Bureau advises that squally westerly winds averaging 40 to 60 km/h, with peak gusts of 90 to 100 km/h, are possible for the remainder of the day, and are mainly associated with showers and thunderstorms.
The strongest winds will contract to the east in the evening and ease early Sunday morning.
Bendigo and Maryborough are two locations specifically identified in the warning, but the area covers the region and most of the state.
Already Horsham has experienced a top wind speed of 96 km/h.
The SES advises people move vehicles under cover or away from trees, secures any loose items outside, and stays clear of fallen power lines.
The Macedon Ranges could experience snow this afternoon, with snow expected to fall as low as 500 metres.